If Jin Yong hadn't specifically identified Fok Do as a Mongolian prince in ROCH, it would have been difficult to envision the character as one. From LOCH, we had a strongly ingrained image/stereotype of Mongolian men as hardy, uber-masculine warriors/hunters on horseback...pure, testosterone-driven he-men, every one of them (including adopted "Mongolians" such as the young Gwok Jing). Then, we have Fok Do show up in ROCH, introducing himself as a Mongolian prince (later affirmed), but not even slightly matching the stereotype. In terms of image, Fok Do had much more in common with the likes of Au Yeung Hak and Yeung Hong than he did with men such as Temujin and Tolui. In terms of his mode of dress, mannerisms, and the general way he carried himself, Fok Do fit the profile of the slightly effete Han playboy rather than that of the Mongol warrior/hunter.